Team Believe gathers during last year's MS Walk in Port McNeill.

Lace up for MS

Scotiabank MS walk to take place in Port Hardy this weekend.

PORT HARDY—As of one week ago, three teams and 25 individuals had signed up for the Scotiabank MS walk, which will start at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Port Hardy Secondary School track.

Joggers, walkers, stroller-pushers and even the occasional tricycle or children’s car rider will cover distances of two, four or eight kilometres in the event to raise money for the fight against Multiple Sclerosis.

A barbecue lunch for participants and volunteers will follow the walk.

Sign-up takes place beginning at 9 a.m. at the track. For info or to volunteer, call Cherie Kamenz at 1-877-339-0819.

 

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